A couple of weeks earlier, Shahid Kapoor was strikeD with a notification by the BMC for neglecting to prevent the breeding of ‘Aedes aegypti‘ mosquito inside his flat. As indicated by a report in Times of India, the BMC’s bug spray office, during their surveillance drive, found a mosquito reproducing ground inside Shahid’s swimming pool that was clearly lying unused. Aedes aegypti can transmit dengue and chikungunya, which are making ruin across the country.
Shockingly, after Shahid, on-screen character Sushmita Sen has been served notice from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) after some mosquito reproducing spots were found in the region of her home in Khar. As per sources, the BMC authorities have for some time been to conduct a reality check at Sushmita’s homestead Khar, yet they were not ready to tail her nonappearance from the spot.
Finally, on Friday a week ago, the BMC authorities led examination at her penthouse, discovered mosquito reproducing spots and hence served her notification. Vouching for the notification, Rajan Naringrekar, the bug spray officer at BMC said – “We have issued a notice to her under section 381b of the MMC Act, which means she could be prosecuted. The metropolitan magistrate can levy a fine of up to Rs 10,000 to 20,000.” Prior to this, Shahid Kapoor is the only actor before Sushmita Sen to receive a notice from the BMS.